To help boost local tourism, AirAsia has brought back the Unlimited Pass once more - Domestic edition. If you haven't heard about the international version, you can read about it here.
AirAsia Malaysia CEO Riad Asmat said, “We welcome the reopening of domestic travel following the Government's recent announcement on the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), along with incentives such as the RM1,000 income tax relief for domestic tourism expenses up till December 2021.”
“For AirAsia, the Unlimited Pass is our key offering for guests to redeem unlimited flights within our domestic network across 16 destinations. By travelling domestically, we can all support the local communities and contribute to rebuilding our economy. As travel reopens we ask for the cooperation and understanding of our valued guests - please remember to practise high personal hygiene and wear a mask.”
For more information on how to purchase and plan your trip with the AirAsia Unlimited Pass please refer to this guide.
Flights redeemed with the Unlimited Pass are subject to government taxes and fees, add ons and other applicable charges. Basically you still need to pay for taxes, seats and meals. Flight bookings must be made at least 14 days before departure, embargo period and other terms and conditions apply.
*Terms and conditions apply, read the Frequently Asked Questions to find out more.
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